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that the library posted on its website this recording of -- gomez plotting revenge against the citizen. (off mic) (indiscernible) on march seventh, the lottery commission again reelected -- gomez as its president, sending the message that decency and respect the laws for sale. the lack of accountability as part of its infrastructure, is a continuation of decades long infrastructure abuse that protect the lies. >> president chiu: next speaker. >> good afternoon mr. president and board of supervisors. i want to talk about inds (indiscernible)it had to start with job creation but have to be our number one struggle. job creation will do tons of help to stop the carnage that we are having an hour city. the second point i want to talk about is, i've been running the tenderloin walking tours, through the tenderloin, market and six street neighborhoods. i take people to the nastiest -- area of the city. i have had to take sixth street off my tour; it is no longer dirty and filthy. that's a great accomplice and that you did. i talked to ms. kim a couple of years ago couple of years ago about creating a
. >>> vine con un grupo. >>> nuestra compalñera mariam leticia gomez fue de la sprincipales conferencistasl. >>> fue organizadas opor los estudiantes de diferentes asociaciones universitarias. >>> firmar salida voluntaria cuando sale por ais puede traer problemass, hay 3 opciones pero al firmar la salida voluntaria se castiga con 120 años. >>> primeramente que no la firme porque en un día no puede hacer todas las desiciones que le pueden cambiar la vida. >>> uno de los reuqisirtos de la reforma migratoria es demostarr que ha vivido y al firmar le informa al gobierno queda anulado el tiempo. >>> pñolicia depitsburgh revela retrato hablado de hombre que intento secuiestrar a menor de dos años. >>> las autoridades lo busca. >>> bommeros de sann josé apagaron siniestro de maleza por cocina improvisdada de insdigentes. >>> esta mañana la guardia costera de estados unidos rescataron a 4 personas de un bote ardiente de un avrco de recreo que propicio explosio y fuego. >>> una de ellas fue al hospital. >>> alguaciles de san mateo buscan a un produgo de patulla, juan carlos valencia
. candidates were arguing over gun, bipartisanship and the keystone pipeline. dan winslow and gabriel gomez were debating washington politics and the se guester. that was before two bombs exploded. lynch stood behind deval patrick at a press conference on the attack. for lynch, his ties were personal. he had known the family of martin richard for 25 years. >> this is a wonderful, wonderful family. you know, the richard family and the o'brien family, you know, denise's maiden name is o'brien. just good people. >> a second bombing victim, crystal k krystle campbell, lived in massachusetts's fifth district. attended her funeral and spoke about the 29-year-old victim after the attack. >> she grew up down the street from my office and so, at the same time that i'm a candidate and i've suspended all campaigning, i'm also a congressman. i have a reasonability to all of the families that have been affected in my district and everyone else in the state. >> the bombings have shaken up the gop contest as well. gabriel gomez was running in the marathon and had finished the race moments before the bombs
a brother miguel gomez, he's a native of san francisco in the mission district as well. he's a homeowner with his wife in the mission district. union carpenter for 20 years and very much respected in our latino community and i want to say exemplary that he's also a scout model. especially where latinos are concerned at our at risk kids. yet mr. gomez unfortunately has experienced not once but twice very disturbing incidents with individuals that are part of this department. i think you need to know this because it concerns me we have the start of what would be referred to as the oakland rider in san francisco. he was leaving his father's home at 23rd and cap and drove down on 21st and cap and came to a stop and
scout model. especially where latinos are concerned at our at risk kids. yet mr. gomez unfortunately has experienced not once but twice very disturbing incidents with individuals that are part of this department. i think you need to know this because it concerns me we have the start of what would be referred to as the oakland rider in san francisco. he was leaving his father's home at 23rd and cap and drove down on 21st and cap and came to a stop and noticed an unmarked police car. as he was entering san carlos he noticed the unmarked police car behind him and tried to pull over thinks -- thinking they were on their way to an emergency. he pulled over and they were yelling and screaming and very disrespectful manner, 3 white males got out and were very disrespectful asking for identification. never telling him. he couldn't figure out what did i do? they said you pulled over. he said i was just following your orders. you asked me to do so and i stopped. when he asked for their investigation they refused to give it to him. at this time his wife came out of the place wh
no que con el tiempo obstruye las arterias del corazón . >> luis gomez noticias univisión . >> mañana en la segunda parte, luis gomez nos dira como leer etiquetas engañosas. >> cambiando de tema, se presentaron proyectos para quienes tiene deudas por pedir prestamo para ir a la universidad. >> con el objetivo de bajar el impacto de la deuda de los estudiantes con el desarrollo en el país, se presentaron proyectos para incentivar a los estudiantes . >> queremos que se llegue a condonar la deuda a los estudiantes que pagan señores sus prestamos durante diez años, si la persona pierde su empleo queremos que se le de un período de gracia. >> se prevee que desde el primero de julio los prestamos subirán sus impuestosd, se quieren parar a través de esta legislacion . >> no podrán repagar los prestamos si suben el doble, ahora muchos de ellos no pueden hacer. >> el monto total. >> se asegura de tener la posibilidad de la deuda, la alienta a seguir estudiando. >> uno ahorra 45 mil dólares, esos dólares se puede usar para necesidades. >> el tiempo es corto, si usted quiere cambios, pida
international highlight of the night comes from the netherlands. >>> carlos gomez and nailed him way abucket of water. number two, the jazz were eliminated from the playoffs. go tell moe williams. >>> and joe montana's son nate was in santa santa clara day. he probably won't be drafted but wouldn't find playing in his father's shadow in the nfl. >> a blessing and a curse. you try to ignore the joe montana's son and go to work and show them. >> can you imagine? >> he looks like the bachelor look-alike. he is a great athlete though. >> thrrt. -- >> all right. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, david letterman is next.. wh selena gomez. our next newscast is tomorr 0. >>> we continue to follow the huge explosion of a fertilizer plant in texas. dozens killed, hundreds
, our exclusive international highlight of the night comes from the netherlands. >>> carlos gomez and nailed him way abucket of water. number two, the jazz were eliminated from the playoffs. go tell moe williams. >>> and joe montana's son nate was in santa santa clara day. he probably won't be drafted but wouldn't find playing in his father's shadow in the nfl. >> a blessing and a curse. you try to ignore the joe montana's son and go to work ,,,,,,,, david letterman is next.. wh selena gomez. our next newscast is tomorr 0. >>> we continue to follow the huge explosion of a fertilizer plant in texas. dozens killed, hundreds more injured. it happened in the small town ,, [♪...] >> announcer: the following program is brought to you by nopalea, the anti-inflammatory wellness drink by trivita. stay tuned to learn how you can receive a 32-ounce bottle of nopalea free. >> a few months ago, i had a hard time walking this hill. but today, i'm doing it pain-free. do i have a secret? you bet. and that's why i'm here today to
, heather the loss of a little girl, displaced from their home, but tonight at this church, the gomez family got some help from an unexpected source. most saturday nights they are rideburg tonight this motorcycle club was serving. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> reporter: putting on a spaghetti dinner to help them recovery. recover. >> the reason it's important to us the major of us all have kids. >> reporter: 7-year-old mariah gomez died from the fire from a candle burning in the converted garage where they lived with they are moms. >> the girls were sleeping and she was in the main house doing dish when everything happened. >> reporter: 4-year-old billy ran, her hair on fire to get the adults, but the flame and smoke were too intense for anyone to get to mariah. >> treasure the moments that you have with your family. you never know when someone will be taken away. >> there is flog you can say to a parent that will take away the pain. >> reporter: this councilman offered condolences and saying that the city needed to do more to get smoke detectors. >> we see families doubling up and t
. >> les saluda, maría leticia gomez. >> y todo indica que se podría presentar un proyecto de reforma migratoria en el congreso, pero la aprovacion de este tomara días. >> indicaron que se necesita más tiempo, mientras tanto la cámara de representantes esta esperando este proyecto de ley, pero los activistas si llevaran a cabo la marcha. >> presionando para que la reforma migratoria pueda darse rápidamente en el congreso de los estados unidos. >> son 1100 familias deportadas, por lo cual piensa en cuantas personas saldrian beneficiados con esto. >> los negociadores buscan un proyecto de ley integral. >> lo ideal es actuar con cautela. >> como escuchabamos se spera que para el 10 de abril las personas participen en una marcha multitudinaria. >> y activistas ya están listos para presentarse en washington. >> un grupo de alumnos están presente. >> un grupo de estudiantes se unira a la marcha del 10 de abril. >> buscamos que se pase una reforma migratoria para que se cumplan nuestros derechos. >> vine con mis papas y andrés no esta de acuerdo a que las personas esperen en fila. >>
to be secretary of state. the race to fill his seat included somebody running in the marathon today. gabriel gomez crossed the finish line within minutes of the explosion. joining us now is will ritter, the press secretary arranging a party for mr. gomez when he heard the blasts going off. thanks for being here. >> thanks for having me. >> where were you? >> i was at the corner. we were going to have a press conference, we were going to talk to the media. we were assembling the media. >> he already cleared the finish line? >> he had, fortunately ten minutes earlier. he heard the blasts and turned and saw the smoke from boston public library 100 feet away. >> in terms of the scene and how people reacted, most people's instinct is to run away. people who are trained or know they have something to offer will run toward the scene, how did that balance out? >> that was scary there. where i was, where the friends and family meet up with the 26,000 people crossing the finish line, you have a lot of fathers jumping the barricades. you have police and fire jumping to get to the explosion. you have a great
in this business. >> reporter: tony is a realtor in dallas trying to find a home for his client juan gomez but gomez is finding out inventory in his area is so tight that homes are being snapped up as soon as they get listed. >> the market is not allowing you to even think. you walk out and it's gone. >> reporter: snap is right. these so-called flash sales are heating up in once hard-hit real estate markets across america from texas to california, and florida to arizona, where realtor marge peck is. >> flash sales, here today, gone in a minute. >> reporter: why now? interest rates have never been lower. 30-year fixed rate mortgages average 3.5% because the federal reserve has intervened to keep rates low and the fed plans to do so at least through 2015, but that's not all. investors are buying homes and converting them into rental properties, and that's tightening up inventories. finally, pent up demand from regular folks who saw their property values plummet in recent years because of a glut of foreclosed homes finally seeing prices go up again meaning now is the time to act for many. but
afternoon, emergency responders rushed to actress' saline a gomez' home after a 911 caller claimed gomez' father shot her mother and is threatening to burn the home down. over two hours earlier, a breakin was reported at the home of justin timberlake. both reports false alarms, as was the call thursday to rihanna's home and wednesday to shawn koems' home. >> they're becoming increasingly common here in hollywood. law enforcement officials say they're a waste of time. they take away resources for real emergencies. >> they must be brought to justice and they must go to jail for a significant amount of time, which is why we're working with the legislature to make this a felony. >> reporter: state senator ted lou wants strict penalty for those convicted of making false reports, liability for all costs associated with the response, possible felony charges if someone is injured and a minimum sentence of 120 days in jail if convicted. just last year, miley cyrus' home was targeted, along with chris brown. >> we've been told that each swatting incident costs between several thousand dollars to p
favorite or just a slightly heavy favorite. it depends on dave gomez. the republican with perhaps the best shot of making this seat competitive in the general. certainly the candidate democrats fear the most given that they might give republicans the good shot in june. june 25th is the special general election. we will talk to several and perhaps all of the candidates later this hour. a fast look around as they campaign today. let's move on to the big story for the first time in history. a male american athlete on a big four sports team has come out publicly as gay. jason collins, a 12 year veteran of the nba who finished the season as a center for the washington wizards shattered one of the last barriers for gay americans in professional sports. >> waiting around for somebody else to raise their hand and i'm ready to raise my hand, but you still look around like come on, guys. i know that in my personal life i'm ready and think the country is ready for supporting an openly gay basketball player. >> writing in "sports illustrated," collins said this. i want to do the right thing and not hi
an issue where the front-runners are gabriel gomez who on paper is a very attractive candidate. >> former navy s.e.a.l., businessman in private equity and finished the boston marathon moments before the bombing. >> private equity. his resumÉ looks a lot more like mitt romney than it does scott brown. >> but the issue, the reason why he's a more attractive candidate than michael sullivan. michael sullivan is the other plausible nominee on the republican side, the former attorney general for massachusetts. his position is i will not challenge the legitimacy of gay marriage. he's by far the most culturally conservative candidate running in the race. the democratic party in massachusetts has made an aggressive toward make him the nominee. if the turn-out is low on the republican side, presumably that's more activists who are turning out, michael sullivan is the favorite of the activist. gabriel gomez is the guy who spent money. the higher the turn-out gets, more in gomez's. >> if it's goem ez/markey -- >> here's the thing, chances are the race never gets that much atense. markey, that's most
not to create a traffic impediment. the officers continued to treat miss gomez in the state disrespectful manner. when he asked for identification they told him to shut up. his wife was a little fearful because of the aggressive intimidating manner in which they were operating. for those of us who believe that lightning does not strike twice in the same place. he had another incident on march 8th where he was sitting on his father's doorstep, again, some officers in an unmarked vehicle came by, pointed to him to come down and they asked him what he was doing there and who were these individuals. please, commissioners, if this individual has committed a crime, if he's a criminal in our community, please arrest him tonight. let's sentence him and try him and sentence them , but if he hasn't done anything and again a contributing member of our society, please have these individuals. what angers me most is that i know this chief. this is a great police chief, the greatest this city has ever had. he worked hard in the black and brown community to build trust and it only takes a few minutes for a coup
as just raising more money for the friends. commission president gomez contributes to it and they have a cover story. it is that they are just taunting the crazy guy. some cover story. >> good afternoon commissioners, dr. derek kurr. excluding public comment from the body of a minutes is really an act of disrespect. it is a statement that says that the members of the public are inferior, to the people on a particular commission or board or other body. and this is a wide-spread problem. and it will be so easily fixed many of the citizens who speak are extremely knowledgeable about the issues that they bring to your attention. so, it will be easy to just put the comments in the minutes and please everyone. >> i also want to speak in support of mr. hartz's point that if you do not find that some fault occurred, there is no reason for the library to not switch back to what they were doing before. because if they can get away by switching, and putting something in the body for a while, and just as easy they may decide not to do it, so really there should be some promise or some commitment f
pasado le cambio la vida a roman gomez, un grupo de maleantes lo atacaron y les disparó provocandole la muerte, y lo tienen en la mira >> por ahí he escuchado que le pusieron precio a la cabeza del doctor >> vive encerrado en su clinica y sale por necesidad solo con sus escoltas >> por el momento no se nada, pero me persiguen, me espían, pasan, me ven, no me han matado porque no me he expuesto. >> sus vecinos lo respaldaron hasta el punto que solicitan su libertad, pero el ambiente se enrarreció cuando sus vecinos lo advirtieron >> no queremos espantarlo, pero debe irse de acá, porque lo van a venir matando, se metieron al pasillo donde usted vive, y traian armas, vimos que traian armas. >> según las autoridades municipales, la investigación por intento de asesinato contra el médico esta abierta, y le tienen vigilancia, y el miedo lo invade , mientras que su esposa e hijos se tuvieron que ir por su seguridad >> a pesar de la situación que vive, no piensa dejar ni su casa, ni su trabajo en el hospital. ♪ >> llego el esperado momento del tiempo vamos a los angeles con jackie gue
told by relatives that mariah angel gomez was the little girl found dead when the fire broke out just around 11:30. >> we tried to get true the house. they were -- through the house. they were still in there. my daughter and i were screaming. we couldn't get her. >> reporter: firefighters found her body inside a bunk bed we signed the house in a garage -- behind the house in a garage that had been converted in a -- into a garage. >> he when she saw her little girl with her hair burning she brought her inside and then the grandmother went outside to help the older girl and -- too much fire. >> my dad said when he went in, he heard her criming. he was -- crying. he was calling for her. after that he said he didn't her from her know more. >> reporter: she was a first grader from grant elementary neighbors who heard about this came by and offered condolences. >> someone give knee some flowers and i -- me some flowers and i thought i would bring them to her. if she needs anything i'm here for her. >> reporter: firefighters haven't said whether smoke detectors were found in the garage. they
-old girl was killed in a house fire. the child's grandmother has identified her as mariah gomez. this is a picture of her. she was sleeping when the fire broke out at 11:30 last night, and it happened in a detached unit behind a house on north fifth street near jackson. her grandmother says she cannot believe her beautiful granddaughter is gone. >> she was a good little girl. she was everything to me. >> her four-year-old sister and a man escaped. they are both recovering. investigators are trying to figure in a back unit had working smoke detectors. >> a man died following another smoke fire in san jose that broke out at his home shortly before 1:00 o'clock this morning. investigators say the victim fell and suffered a heart attack. >> we have new details this morning and a third deadly fire in san jose. this one broke out at 8:30 last night. officials now say that it claimed the lives of two, an elderly woman was pulled from the home but she died and a man whose body was found inside. no word on the identity of either victim. >> still to come on abc7 news the teenage suspects
and gomez off the foul pole in left and 1-0 milwaukee in the second. the panda, pablo sandoval four r.b.i night and near the gap in right center. that will go to the wall. angel paw began and scoero sign. bad luck for barry and ground rule double scores a pair. here is the crusher, bases loaded for bettencourt and i believe he is the first man in major league history to hit a grand slam. zito pulled after two and two-thirds and nine runs allowed, but the come back begins. brandon crawford and that is gone. solo stroke in the fourth to make it 9-4 and 9-7 in the eighth when he takes it deep to right. and that is out. the brewers hold off what was a giant come back in the making and win it 10-8. oh this is one big a's fan. you like my costumes, don't you? a's and astros and cocoa crisp deep to right and that is cool and crisp. he trots home and a stand up triple and tied at two. base hit to right. in comes cocoa. a's take a three-2 lead. in the eighth former athletic carlos pena and it is high and deep and aloha means goodbye. tied at three. josh reddic at first. and he can't get there
2nd/ scoreless carlos gomez solo home run off zito his scoreless streak is over at 15 innings to begin the season bottom 3rd yuniesky betancourt grand slam off zito 9-3 brewers zito his night over could only watch the sausage races final: 10-7 brewers this is kevin. >> pam: he would like to keep going without the sausage video. [laughter] tribe & yankees honor thornton to brent burns to made the ensuing save and houston is just not for the registered and they played sweet caroline. >> at the new york yankees game. the yankees beat the diamondbacks. and the sharks had a play off tonight. joey thorton. finished fourth. and the home ice advantage. tustin brown pokes it and. and go >> the sharks should not beef in fifth place, because they have that eight victories. >> and torres.. three-two = final score. pat summerall dies longtime nfl announcer pat summerall died today at age 82 of cardiac arrest in dallas, texas >> did to coach burt reynolds? >> yes. >> he was a defensive back. >> was see any blood? >> summerall spent a total of 50 years as part of the nfl, as a player and the
in the sports department. zito's score less inning streak ends and gomez off the foul pole in left and 1-0 milwaukee in the second. the panda, pablo sandoval four r.b.i night and near the gap in right center. that will go to the wall. angel paw began and scoero sign. bad luck for barry and ground rule double scores a pair. here is the crusher, bases loaded for bettencourt and i believe he is the first man in major league history to hit a grand slam. zito pulled after two and two-thirds and nine runs allowed, but the come back begins. brandon crawford and that is gone. solo stroke in the fourth to make it 9-4 and 9-7 in the eighth when he takes it deep to right. and that is out. the brewers hold off what was a giant come back in the making and win it 10-8. oh this is one big a's fan. you like my costumes, don't you? a's and astros and cocoa crisp deep to right and that is cool and crisp. he trots home and a stand up triple and tied at two. base hit to right. in comes cocoa. a's take a three-2 lead. in the eighth former athletic carlos pena and it is high and deep and aloha means goodbye.
hanover. .he french winger fired past were truly open when gomez made it 3-0 before halftime. another after the break was a tidy finish. ,e refused to be overshadowed got his first of the day from close range and then added goal number six after hanover had grabbed a consolation strike. and's solitary reply came with a little help. solitary reply came with a little help. >> let's take a look at the other results this weekend. two games on sunday. a bit of a surprise here. in the earlier sunday match, student art -- stuttgart beat freiburg. >> berlin has made it back. a clinch promotion when they won 1-0 in front of an ecstatic home crowd. the real party is yet to come. >> fans have plenty to celebrate. .hey're back in this is the player who led the way. the brazilian always delivered when it mattered most. .ow he wants to test his mettle >> i've got a lot of goals to achieve. one is to help the club firmly establish itself again. i'd like it to be among the top teams. maybe we will manage to play in the europa league or even the champions league in the next few years. >> despite being
. >> eso es importante que no digan que tienen grasas parcialmente hidrogenadaas. >> luis gomez . >> univisión . >> como suceden en los contratos hay que leeer las letras pequeñas . >> uno es lo que come, no neesitas tanto dinero para comer sano. >> vamos a cambiar de tema, este domingo será la entrega de los premios telenovelas en méxico, hablamos con algunos de los premiados y nominados. >> poco a poco llegan los artistas a acapulco, en los premios telenovelas 2013, encontramos personas de corona de lágrimas. >> africa sabala . >> feliz, pero nerviosa. >> su compañera mane de la parra, contó la razón de retraso en la grabacion . >> tiene una risa fuerte . >> (risas) . >>aasí mismo . >> pero cuidado la podrémos ver en hollywood pronto. >> mi sueño, meryl streep, johnny deep . >> nos cuenta porque su personaje en un refugio para el amor ha sido de los más difíciles de su carrera. >> al momento de hacer un personaje cuadraplejico fue complicado. >> su padre le dio un consejo. >> sólo me ha dicho cinco cosas. >> persistencia consistencia resistencia y humildad. >> t
impacto >> hoy en la mira, se puede reconciliar justin bieber y selena gomez, vean la foto en instagram del fin de semana, dicen que él la buscó y el sucumbió a las atenciones del cantante >> todo listo para que la princeisa máxima de argentina sea la primera reina en l ahistoria de ese país, su esposo será el rey de holanda >> el padre de la princesa no puede asistir, porque fue funcionario de la dictadura argentina y tiene prohibido el ingreso a holanda >> cuentos de hadas de la vida real >> si usted quiere tener una vida sana, hay un consejo que no se puede perder con nuestra cecilia ramirez >> a un intrepido le falla el corazónt ratando de romper un record >> vamos con un avance del segmento del tiempo >> tenemos impactantes imágenes de un volcán en erupción que tiene muchos en alerta, y nos comunicaremos en primer impapapa ♪ >> comienza la semana con fuerte actividades volcanicas >> vamos a los angeles con jackie garrido y las imágenes, jackie, adelante >> así es, muy buenas tardes, de paso vamos al video para que usted vea como iniciamos la semana de trabajo las im
. the victim has been identified as mariya angel gomez. her 4-year-old sister was also injured in that fire. >> we're in the process of trying to get her out. i lost everything. >> and the cause of the fire still under investigation. >>> and a second fatal fire in san jose claims the lives of two overnight. started around 8:30 last night on south danielway. an elderly woman found in the burning home, but paramedics could not resuscitate her. the second victim was found later inside the home. >>> and a court hearing today for three juveniles accused of sexually assaulting audrie pott, the 15-year-old girl committed suicide in september after she learned of photos of the alleged attack had circulated online. video from a news conference yesterday where the girls parents announced a civil suit against the three suspects here. they also said the attackers used a black marker to write taunting messages on the girl's body. it allegedly happened after audrie pott got drunk at a party and passed out. >>> the stock market is rebounding from the worst day of the
. this week alone, celebrities including justin timberlake and selena gomez have had s.w.a.t. units ropped to their -- respond to their home. the prank puts other citizens at risk. >> we're deploying must pel officers, tools we need on a daily basis to these incidents, and taking them away from other calls for service. >> ama: in one case last year, a 12-year-old boy was arrested for making a fake call targeting the home of ashton kutcher. police held the staff at his home at gunpoint before officers determined the call was hoax. >> lisa has been tracking the weather. and the sprinkles today. >> just .03 on the roof and .01 in redwood city. finally, skies did clear. we had a strong onshore flow but live doppler 7hd showing all is quiet right now. the winds, a little breezy along the peninsula. san francisco, 1. and in the north bay, breezy, sunshine at the bridge, it's cloudy, and ranges in the upper 50s. downtown, 63. mid-60s, half moon bay, and a look at the bay bridge. partly cloudy conditions but we do have two weak weather systems on the way. the first one is weak and the second one l
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're back with alan gomez of "usa today." i want to begin with the front page of the newspaper and your story, "border security could kill bill." the how and the when. what are we talking about here? >> guest: we're talking about the idea that, you know, there's been a lot of progress made in the last couple weeks on this immigration bill, and they reached a big agreement over the weekend on some guest worker provisions. but one of the things, you know, looking down the road that could be a really big problem is this idea of how we secure the border. there's broad agreement on the idea that we have to secure it more, from the senate to the white house, to the house of representatives, everybody agrees on that. but how they get there and what that means means very different things to each of these folks. president obama, for example, he thinks that once the bill is passed, all the illegal immigrants who are in the country should be able to start the process to become legal residents and eventually u.s. citizens. in the senate they want to create a new measurement of border security, and
gomez. how is everybody doing this morning? >> all of our employees are having a really tough time. it was almost two years ago to the date that the incident took place with bryan stow. he worked with many of our employees and now quinn boyer. i think it's the circumstances of what unfolded and then hearing of his passing it's just -- employees are in a state of shock. they are used to helping patients. they are used to taking care of people out in the field, but in this case they are having to deal with emotions of one of their own. it makes it really challenging. >> thank you so much monica gomez with santa clara county ambulance. we understand there were grief counselors inside santa clara county ambulance yesterday and they will be back again today for any of the paramedics who feel as they need it. as the morning goes on we plan to speak to some of his coworkers so they can share memories about boyer. reporting live from san jose janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. >>> it could be another week before people get their trash picked up. union workers with allied waste, daly ci
in los angeles. >> reporter: just hours later police respond to selena gomez's mansion. drawn by claims of gunfire. >> we are responding with the mind-set of possibly encountering a suspect or suspects with weapons or multiple weapons. >> reporter: gomez and timberlake joined rihanna and p. diddy as the newest celebs targeted by the prank which relies on dramatic fake 911 calls like this one that sent s.w.a.t. teams to miley cyrus' home back in august. >> shot my wife -- >> you just shot your wife? >> i'm going to shoot someone else soon. >> there is a trend across the country and s.w.a.t.'ing is typically done through spoofing and spoofing is where you change the telephone number. >> reporter: the calls may be fake but the response is real. several of ashton kutcher's staff were rounded up at gunpoint until they determined the call about a home invasion was a hoax. a 12-year-old boy was charged with making that bogus 911 call but the culprits are often very hard to trace. they sometimes hack into phone lines to place the calls or use computers to access 911 telex services for the heari
paramedics here are feeling. we go to spokeswoman monica gomez. how is everybody doing this morning? >> all of our employees are having a really tough time. it was almost two years ago to the date that the incident took place with bryan stow. he worked with many of our employees and now quinn boyer. i think it's the circumstances of what unfolded and then hearing of his passing it's just -- employees are in a state of shock. they are used to helping patients. they are used to taking care of people out in the field, but in this case they are having to deal with emotions of one of their own. it makes it really challenging. >> thank you so much monica gomez with santa clara county ambulance. we understand there were grief counselors inside santa clara county ambulance yesterday and they will be back again today for any of the paramedics who feel as they need it. as the morning goes on we plan to speak to some of his coworkers so they can share memories about boyer. reporting live from san jose janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. >>> it could be a
,000-mile southwest border with mexico. alan gomez covers immigration for "usa today." first of all, border security, we could put a wall up on the entire boarder, but that is the predicate before a deal can be reached, that's the concession that both sides have agreed on, that the border has to be secured first. >> right. a lot of the concern about this bill is if you look back to 1986, the last time we had a last large-scale legalization of, they also promised securing the border. that obviously didn't happen. a lot of folks concerned about this bill feel the same thing is going to happen. that's one of the things they're trying to figure out. how many more resources we have to put down at the border. how can we assure the american people who have to buy into this program, that they can do it. >> there's a new "the washington post post"/abc poll, a brought support for a path to citizenship. democrats 73%, independents 58% action and republicans only 35%. that tells you the divide. exactly. that's -- >> we saw a lot of change in that after the elections. senator mccain, senator rubio, they
sullivan as well as gabriel gomez. some think gomez might give the republicans a better chance. all in a race to replace john kerry who is now secretary of state. >> the fact that they had to suspend for obvious reasons, campaigning for weeks because of boston. so they just picked it up this week. it was an awkward timing and the whole issue with the special election, especially at primary, are people going to come out and who is going to come out. >> it threw a wrinkle in this race. this is massachusetts, a very democratic-leaning state. republicans are hoping for a little scott brown magic that hoped for them in 2010. a lot of democrats see it was a perfect storm of things happening in health care law being implemented. the economy, the unemployment rate near 10%. democrats feel very good about being able to hold on to this seat. >> nia malika, there were a lot of fireworks last night. >> yes, indeed. she was very much the aggressor in that debate last night. that's not always an easy place to be. she is seems to be have about a 10-point lead in that race. so far. she came out, i
living location in a small unit at the back of the home. the victim is is maria angel gomez. this is a photo from kpix 5. her 4-year-old sister was injured in the fire. also in san jose, 2 people were gild in a fire in -- killed in a fire in west san jose. that started around 8:30 last night. an elderly woman was found in the burning home but paramedics could not resuscitate her. the second victim found later, strong winds blew embers around the neighborhood. and firefighters prevented them from igniting nearby homes. >>> a court hearing scheduled for three juveniles accused of sexually assaulting audrey pot. she committed suicide in september after she learned photos were circulated online of the alleged attack. pott's parents and the attorney announce add a civil suicide and said the attackers used a black marker to write taunting messages on the young girl's body. it it allegedly happened after audrey pott got drunk the at a party and passed out. >>> we are waiting for an update on the boston marathon bombing. stay with kpix 5 for the latest. >>> plus chevron's not the on
. andrea? >> ron allen, thank you so much. among the runners yesterday was gabriel gomez, a former navy s.e.a.l. and a harvard mba one of the republicans running for the nomination to compete for john kerry's senate seat in the special election. he crossed the finish line just before the blast and gabriel gomez joins me now from boston. first of all, thankfully you are all right physically. but tell me what you experienced as you crossed the finish line and then heard the blast? >> sure. yeah. first you know, my family and my thoughts and prayers are with martin's family. with families of the two people killed, and with 176 people that were seriously injured in the hospital. two blocks before the finish line. my wife and kids were there. my youngest is an 8-year-old son. and i went over there and greeted them, gave them the hugs and kisses and i finished the finish line, minutes before the explosions went off. i was about a block and a half away. i heard the explosion, i saw the smoke. i heard the explosion, my first innistinct was to try to get ho of my wife and kids to make sure they we
are working on different bills. we will talk with usa today reporter alan gomez about that. later, the policy emigrations of immigration reform and we will look at worker visas and border security. we will be right back. >> ♪ [video clip] wayhe was out there in a that respectable women did not do, but this is a new era. this is a time when the women's movement is under way. tyler fitse julia into a certain extent. she's very conservative in some ways. but in terms of breaking through the traditional way that women should behave, she is doing it in a way that other women were not at that time. >> our conversation with historians on the second wife of president john tyler is now available on our website, c- span.org. me,eople always like to ask how did you come across this story? of times is a lot you find a news story while you are supposed to be working on something else, which can be frustrating at times. that is exactly what happened to me. i was doing internet research one day. and this is a photo i came across. it was on a department of energy web site. they had put up a newsletter for
evangeline gomez and brian siber join us with an analysis. honow the continuing, escalating north korea nuclear threats against united states. we are joined by judith miller. i want to begin with a very simple question. the state department was as firm and unambiguous as i have heard in recent memory. what is your judgment? >> our posture is to back away from what we have been doing for the past week since the provocations began. and to turn increasingly toward china and diplomacy and toward an ability to thwart miscalculation on north korea or south korea or japan. lou: is almost inconceivable we have not been working with the chinese government to try to suppress whatever instincts are grinding kim jong-un right now in these crazy threats against the united states. are you saying this is a recent development seeking their help? >> i'm seeing the open emphasis on the role of china is another desperate influence to what we still don't understand, which is what is motivating the young leader and untried leader, and also where he is going with this. what are his intentions? lou: i've neve
showed up at the homes of selena gomez and justin timberlake. >> four men entered the home and there was a call of someone being shot inside the home. and it's very, very popular in los angeles. >> swatting takes advantage of outdated computer systems, tricking them into thinking a caller is in one location when they could be hundreds of miles away. >> when the police pull up caller i.d. they may see a 213 number or 310 number. they have to track it back through the phone carrier, and figure out where the call actually came from. >> newer technology may be able too stop them once and for all. including upgraded systems that use gps to identify where a call is really coming from. >> i'm going to shoot someone else. >> so officers know if that emergency is for real or phony. >> ama: the faa is delaying the closure of nearly a dozen airport control towers in california. the closures were set to begin this weekend because of government-wide spending cuts but the faa is post poping the closures due to legal challenges inch california, 11 towers were given a reprieve. the faa say
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